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Celebrex Is No Riskier For Heart than Other Arthritis Drugs


Date: February 13th, 2017

Study Suggests Celebrex Isn’t Riskier Than Rival Pain Drugs

However, do not celebrate yet because a clinic trial done by Merck in attempts to find whether Vioxx could prevent colon cancer made an interesting revelation. The drug was found to have increasing heart attack cases, triggering the company to cancel its production in 2004. Since then, analysts have been asking whether Celebrex also can cause Celebrex.

Extensive Brain Defects Recorded in Zika Infected Babies


Date: February 2nd, 2017

Zika virus and its effects on babies

In the recently published studies, researchers noted a variation in the type of brain damage such as empty spaces and dead spots in the brain, congenital deafness and cataracts.

How are the children affected?

However, differences were recorded in all the three studies on the potential ways the infected children could be affected.

Beta-Blockers Post-MI May Not Be Appropriate in Dementia


Date: January 30th, 2017

When not to use beta-blockers

The researchers said that there was a significant reduction of death almost a quarter as a result of using the drug by. However, the same beneficial drugs could be linked to a risk increase by 34 percent for the moderate or severe dementia patient, making it almost impossible for them to carry out their everyday activities.

Bariatric Surgery Mitigates Afib Risk


Date: January 27th, 2017

A sub-study done on bariatric surgery patients, they recorded a 29 percent reduced rate of developing atrial fibrillation as opposed to the non-surgery group. These patients were subjected to almost 20 years follow up as explained by the study lead author Shabbar Jamaly, MD, of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, and colleagues.

Draft Recommendation Statement: Thyroid Cancer Screening


Date: January 24th, 2017

The National Cancer Institute goes on to estimate that 1,980 people will die as a result of the disease. Generally, there is a 98.1 percent five-year survival rate for the thyroid cancer patients. By using the newly released statistics, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) opted to update a recommendation of what it had issued in 1996 on the same topic.

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